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20th October 2011

Breaking The Rules

But before you break the basic rules of photography, you have to learn them. There's a time to follow the rules and a time to throw out the rule book; experience that will help you choose between the two. The Rule of ThirdsOne of the most basic rules of...

22nd June 2011

More suitable Scenery Photographs Ideas And Expert Advice

For those that are doing their first landscape shot, you may be disappointed when the prints donít look as expert as other photographers. You may wish to wonder what's going wrong, yet, you will come across that all photographers ask themselves the same q...

25th May 2011

Principle of Snap shots

With regards to essentially the most helpful rule of composition is to maintain in mind that there is a rule of thirds. This can be helpful to the specialists and amateurs. You'll uncover that there rule of the thirds will enable you to to obtain your com...

06th May 2011

Challenges of Rule of Thirds

One of the most common ďrulesĒ that are applied by the amateur and professional photographers is the Rule of Thirds. The rule of thirds, states that ideally the subject of the photograph should be at the junction of any of the four lines that divide an i...

10th March 2011

4-step guide to better photography

Step One - Establish the topic The whole goal of picture taking is to document a specific thing. It might be lots of things - any person, a structure, a physical object, a landscape. The real key is to shoot it in a way that it will be apparent what the ...

21st January 2011

Taking Beautiful Photos With A Compact Camera

Many people think you need a fancy, expensive DSLR camera to take great pictures. While an excellent camera never hurts, compact cameras can still take some beautiful pictures if you know what you're doing. With a few helpful hints, you can be on your way...

18th January 2011

Tipís for Beginners in Photography

For those whoíve always loved the art of photography but never dared to go beyond taking an occasional photo of your family, here are a few tips to help you out. While itís true that anyone with a pocket camera can create images, whatís important is to cr...

17th August 2010

Photography compositing rules

You may not realize it, but taking there is always a rule of thumb to take good photography. According to a video bookmarked at TinkrBox, a video/website bookmarking site, the rules have been used over and over in movies and pictures to get the perfect pi...

27th April 2010

Want to Take Great Pictures? Ten Tips you NEED to Know

Even if you consider yourself a photography expert, it's good to revisit the basics. Meanwhile, if you've just bought your very first digital camera, you'll be keen to get started on taking great photos. From framing to settings, here are ten tips you ...

27th April 2010

Ten Basic Tips for Taking Great Pictures

Often it's important to get back to basics. Whether you're a seasoned photography professional or just excited about owning your first digital camera, it's always important to visit - or revisit - the fundamentals of taking great photographs. Here are ...

26th April 2010

Digital Photography Guide - A Glossary Of Common Digital Photography Terms - Part 2!

Welcome to another in this occasional series of digital photography guides, aiming to provide easy to understand explanations of some common photography terms you may encounter. Hopefully this glossary will help if you have recently come across a term for...

07th January 2010

Applying A Rule Of 3rds In Your Photographs

Beginning photographers learn the 'rule of thirds' as one of the first composition guidelines toward creating stimulating pictures. This is a strategy in which an imaginary grid (similar to a tic-tac-toe board) is utilized to frame subjects. The grid se...

25th November 2009

Fashion Photos on Quality Canvas Prints Using Basic Rules in Photography

Pictures say a thousand of words. It conveys meaning depending on how the subject of the photo was presented. You cannot just take a picture without considering rules in photography. The composition and balance of the image is very important to leave a go...

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